No Joke: Oregon Adds Third Gender Option for IDs

Oregon is now officially leading the pack on the Left Coast in expanding the gender options on all official documents, including drivers licenses, from two to several.

Now when filing for documents, citizens can choose from among male, female, or ‘X’ for ‘non-binary or unspecified’.

Gov. Kate Brown reasoned in her announcement that “We must proactively break down the barriers of institutional bias.”

Because, as we all know, DNA, chromosomes and basic human biology are far too often biased in their determination of our sex.

Word is California is next up on the block for gender confusion profusion. Facepalm.

Here’s more from Redstate…

It’s 2017, and feelings over facts is the name of the game.

Unsurprisingly, Oregon has become the first state to officially add a third gender option to identification documents. Thus continues the cultural landslide where we set aside the truth in favor of delusional mindsets and not making anyone feel bad. How dare we face reality!

NBC reports:

Oregon became the first state in U.S. history on Thursday to offer more than two gender options on identity documents, including driver’s licenses, making it the first to legally recognize non-binary, intersex and agender people on ID cards.

When the history-making rule — which the state Transportation Commission passed late Thursday afternoon — goes into effect on July 3, Oregon residents will have the option to choose among three gender categories when applying for driver’s licenses or state ID cards: male, female and “X” for non-binary or unspecified.

In a summary of the public comment period published by the Oregon Transportation Department, non-binary people said having a third gender option made them feel safer, while others expressed pride in Oregon as a leader in the realm of equality.

Wait, it gets better. Check out Governor Kate Brown’s reasoning for this first-of-its-kind move.

“We must proactively break down the barriers of institutional bias,” said Gov. Kate Brown, who called the vote an important step toward creating “a society that upholds the rights, liberties and dignity of each of its people.”

“Institutional bias?” Is that what we’re calling the biological buildings blocks of life/DNA/chromosomes where males are born with a penis and females have vaginas? Might want to take all that up with God. It’s his doing. Also unsurprising is that the state of California might follow suit and institute a similar measure.

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